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Old 12-08-2012, 12:26 PM   #23 (permalink)
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Every single thing Colangelo has done so far this season has been bad.

-Demar's contract. I'm a fan of DD, but his contract is too big and it was given when there's no competition to set his market value.
-Fields signing. Negative impact, isn't playing, injured. All bad.
-Signing Lucas. Negative impact, scrub, never plays.
-Lowry for a pick. Lowry has had no discernable impact, he's playing extremely frustrated and probably won't re-sign unless we dramatically overpay him. Losing pick for nothing to OKC
-JV.
-Ross. Looking very average, nothing really stands out aside from the odd play here and there. Looks like an average wing at best while other players drafted after are looking much, much better.
-Signing Grey to 2 year deal. WTF?
What about JV????? Also, Ross is showing more than a few flashes... but he's a rookie. He's probably not ever as impactful as Drummond, but we lost out on Barnes cause we kept riding guys looking for contracts. Gross.
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